his suggestion in a sentence
1. Adele agreed to his suggestion.
2. Galland argued against his suggestion.
3. However, his suggestion was vetoed.
4. He was awarded $45 for his suggestion.
5. The word protoplasm was his suggestion;
6. Rajaji agreed with his suggestion.
7. his suggestion was unilaterally rejected.
8. His suggestion was approved.
9. Emperor Dezong ignored his suggestion.
10. The government turned down his suggestion.
11. His suggestion was ignored.
12. his suggestion was accepted.
13. Unfortunately, his suggestion was rejected.
14. Rajaji agreed with his suggestion.
15. and his suggestion was approved.
16. His suggestion, however, was not accepted.
17. His suggestion was accepted unanimously.
18. Eventually his suggestion is followed.
19. his suggestion being "KUDOS".
20. Lütjens rejected his suggestion.
21. However, his suggestion was rejected.
22. Howard included his suggestion.
23. His suggestion was dropped;
24. His suggestion, however, was not accepted.
25. I have reflected upon his suggestion.
26. His suggestion is very much apropos.
27. Let's consider briefly his suggestion.
28. His suggestion was knocked down.
29. His suggestion is that we should stay calm.
30. His suggestion is valueless.
- little acceptance
- a distinct "Hamitic" subgroup
- a Chadic language
- his comparative Hamito-Semitic vocabulary
- Joseph Greenberg's 1950 work
- the widespread rejection
- a language category
- Meinhof's linguistic theories
- racial and social evidence
- a separate "Nilo-Hamitic" language category
- a view
- Meinhof's so-called Nilo-Hamitic languages
- their appropriate Nilotic siblings
- ) the Chadic languages
- the new name
- Almost all scholars
- the new and continued consensus
- Greenberg's model
- Meinhof's additions
- other language families
- notably Nilo-Saharan
- the Khoekhoe language
- the Khoisan languages
- a grouping
- the Tanzanian Hadza
- linguistic isolates
- Greenberg's classification
- a starting point
- modern work
- the Hamitic category
- its extension
- no part
- the three traditional branches
- an exclusive (monophyletic) phylogenetic unit
- other Afroasiatic languages
- these branches
- an independent subgroup
- the larger Afroasiatic family
- an independent branch
- widespread acceptance